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My presentation about MQTT and the Internet of Things from the IoTLive web conference

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  • 1. Dominik Obermaier - Push! MQTT for the Internet of Things - IoTLive 2014 Push! MQTT for the Internet of Things 1
  • 2. Dominik Obermaier - Push! MQTT for the Internet of Things - IoTLive 2014 2 About me Hi, I’m Dominik Obermaier. • CTO of dc-square • HiveMQ architect • helped standardizing MQTT at OASIS • Speaker and author about MQTT, M2M and IoT @dobermai
  • 3. Dominik Obermaier - Push! MQTT for the Internet of Things - IoTLive 2014 3 1 MQTT?
  • 4. Dominik Obermaier - Push! MQTT for the Internet of Things - IoTLive 2014 4 • Messaging Protocol • Simple • On top of TCP • Publish / Subscribe Architecture • Binary protocol • Minimal Overhead • Designed for unreliable networks • Data agnostic MQTT - Overview
  • 5. Dominik Obermaier - Push! MQTT for the Internet of Things - IoTLive 2014 5 • Push instead of Poll • Bandwidth is at a premium • Enterprise applications should interact with mobile applications • Reliable delivery of messages over unreliable networks • Constrained devices • Low latency MQTT - Use cases
  • 6. Dominik Obermaier - Push! MQTT for the Internet of Things - IoTLive 2014 6 MQTT - Features • Topic Wildcards • 3 Quality of Service Levels • Retained Messages • Last Will and Testament • Persistent Sessions • Heartbeats
  • 7. Dominik Obermaier - Push! MQTT for the Internet of Things - IoTLive 2014 7 MQTT - Pub/Sub
  • 8. Dominik Obermaier - Push! MQTT for the Internet of Things - IoTLive 2014 8 Protocol • Username / Password • Payload Encryption Transport • TLS • Client certificate authentication Broker • Publish / Subscribe Permissions • Integration to other systems (databases, APIs, ....) MQTT - Security
  • 9. Dominik Obermaier - Push! MQTT for the Internet of Things - IoTLive 2014 9 QoS 0 At most once delivery The message is delivered once or never. QoS 1 At least once delivery The message is delivered once or more. QoS 2 Exactly once delivery The message is delivered exactly once. Quality of Service Levels
  • 10. Dominik Obermaier - Push! MQTT for the Internet of Things - IoTLive 2014 10 Last Will and Testament • Clients can specify a LWT • Broker publishes the LWT message on behalf of the client on “death” • Useful for reporting problems • Real push on device “death” • Mostly used for reporting the connection status of a device
  • 11. Dominik Obermaier - Push! MQTT for the Internet of Things - IoTLive 2014 11 Retained Messages • Last known good value • Last message is stored for a topic • Publishing clients decide if the message should be retained • Clients automatically receive the retained message after subscribing
  • 12. Dominik Obermaier - Push! MQTT for the Internet of Things - IoTLive 2014 12 2 Brokers & Clients
  • 13. Dominik Obermaier - Push! MQTT for the Internet of Things - IoTLive 2014 13 MQTT Brokers - Mosquitto • Open Source • Ideal for running in constrained environments • Supports Bridging
  • 14. Dominik Obermaier - Push! MQTT for the Internet of Things - IoTLive 2014 14 MQTT Brokers - HiveMQ • High Performance MQTT broker • Native Websockets Support • Plugin System • Clustering • Bridging
  • 15. Dominik Obermaier - Push! MQTT for the Internet of Things - IoTLive 2014 15 MQTT Brokers - Others + Many others see https://github.com/mqtt/mqtt.github.io/wiki/brokers
  • 16. Dominik Obermaier - Push! MQTT for the Internet of Things - IoTLive 2014 16 MQTT Clients - Paho • Open Source • “Reference Implementation” • Available in many languages: Java, Javascript, Lua, C, C++, Go, Python •The JS library uses websockets
  • 17. Dominik Obermaier - Push! MQTT for the Internet of Things - IoTLive 2014 17 MQTT Clients - Others https://github.com/mqtt/mqtt.github.io/wiki/libraries
  • 18. Dominik Obermaier - Push! MQTT for the Internet of Things - IoTLive 2014 18 3 Real World Use cases
  • 19. Dominik Obermaier - Push! MQTT for the Internet of Things - IoTLive 2014 19 Facebook Messenger Use case: • more than 850M Facebook Messenger Users • Chat application • Improved Battery • Lower latency • Less bandwidth https://www.facebook.com/notes/facebook-engineering/building-facebook-messenger/10150259350998920
  • 20. Dominik Obermaier - Push! MQTT for the Internet of Things - IoTLive 2014 20 Smart Home Use case: • MQTT as central message “bus” • Easy to integrate with other technologies • Remote monitoring • Many open source Smart Home Frameworks support MQTT • Remote control
  • 21. Dominik Obermaier - Push! MQTT for the Internet of Things - IoTLive 2014 21 Pipeline Monitoring Use case: • 30.000 devices • 17.000 km pipeline • Remote monitoring • Remote control • Uses satellite links • Bandwidth is very expensive
  • 22. Dominik Obermaier - Push! MQTT for the Internet of Things - IoTLive 2014 MQTT - Gaining traction 22 Google Trends - 2014/04/09
  • 23. Dominik Obermaier - Push! MQTT for the Internet of Things - IoTLive 2014 23 Thanks!